D[avid] G[ilrye] M[uir]


John Muir


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01577the sun & fear I would not be of much use to you. I wish I knew more about that village of yours If I could find something to do in addition to selling real estate &c &c I am feeling a little better but haven’t much [‘Sand’?] It seems hard to get my spirits & hope revived. We intend to go to Crete in a few days to see Mrs Waterman. Juliaette says you must be sure & write to mother as she feels lonesome. I wrote her yesterday We thank you for all of your kind acts & intentions & send love & kindest regards to you & your familyYour brother D.G.M.Wish you could help us to decide.


Lincoln, Neb

Date Original

1892 May 5


Original letter dimensions: 20 x 25 cm.

Resource Identifier


File Identifier

Reel 07, Image 0557

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Page 2


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